Initial Guidance | 14 October 2014

US stocks end Monday sharply lower on late selloff | MarketWatch
Volatile trading came on the heels of last week’s deep losses that had been triggered by global economic growth concerns.
Eurozone industrial output falls more than expected in Aug | Reuters
Euro zone industrial production fell more than expected in August, mainly because of a slump in the output of capital goods that are used for investment, data from the European Union’s statistics office Eurostat showed on Tuesday.
German investor morale tumbles as contraction looms | CNBC
German investor morale sharply in October, new data showed on Tuesday, raising fears that the euro zone engine could contact in the third quarter of 2014.
IEA Revises World Oil Demand Growth Sharply Lower | NY Times
The world will see much weaker oil demand growth in 2015 than forecast previously, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday, adding that oil prices may drop further.
UK Inflation Rate Falls to Five-Year Low of 1.2% | Bloomberg
UK inflation slowed more than economists forecast in September as falling oil prices and a stronger pound lowered the cost of imports.
Fed’s Evans: Biggest Risk to US Now is Premature Rate Hikes | Wall St Journal
Mr. Evans’s comments stood as a pushback to the rising speculation about the timing of Fed rate increases.